(Hill Center) Writing Like a Woman

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Explore the deep roots and traditions of women’s literature. The workshop will include discussion of some of the most important themes and techniques of women’s writing down the millennia; guided writing time to create your own poetry and prose in touch with these traditions; and the chance to share your work with our group. Suggested preparation: bring a published passage of poetry or prose that makes you feel good to be a woman writer when you read it! Open to women identifying writers of all genres and levels.

About Annie Finch

Annie Finch's many books include A Poet’s Craft, The Body of Poetry, and Spells. Her writing has appeared in Paris Review, Poetry, New York Times, and the Penguin Book of Twentieth-Century American Poetry. Educated at Yale and Stanford (Ph.D), she has taught creative writing and women’s empowerment for 25 years.

Teaching Style: Annie believes that teaching creative writing is a privilege. Her workshop students entrust her with the most precious part of themselves, their creative source. In return, Annie treats each student the same high standards, appreciation, and respect with which she would want to be treated, aiming to meet them wherever they are on their journey to become the best writers they can be.


12 seats available
Workshopnon-member price
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